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New York Times, Saturday, February 2, 1952

Author: Unknown
Editor: Margaret Farrar
Rows: 15, Columns: 15, Words: 76, Blocks: 34, Avg Word Len: 5.03, Missing: { Q X Z }, Scrabble score: 292 (avg 1.53)
Open Squares: 75, Cheaters: 0, FITB: 1, XRef: 1, Spans: 3, Words that never appeared in a previous NYT crossword: 16
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© 1952, The New York TimesNo. 958
Across Down
1. Candidate for Governor of Ohio. : TAFT
5. Followers of Pan. : FAUNS
10. Strollers on the Ginza. : JAPS
14. Great expert: Slang. : ONER
15. Allow to be known. : LETON
16. Spread for bread. : OLEO
17. Jan. 20, 1953. : INAUGURATIONDAY
20. Miss Lee and other sirens. : LORELEIS
21. Circus celebrities. : FREAKS
22. Suffix in chemical terms. : ANE
23. Newts. : EFTS
24. Brother of 1 Across, himself a candidate. : ROBERT
28. Beginning of a Shakespeare title. : ALLS
29. Convention city: Colloq. : CHI
32. Superior to. : ABOVE
33. Move little by little. : EDGE
34. Expressive part of the physiognomy. : CHIN
35. H. S. T. calls him "the greatest living American." : GENERALMARSHALL
38. Expressive parts of the physiognomy. : EYES
39. Arabian ruler. : EMIR
40. Main trunk of the arterial system. : AORTA
41. Gen. Hershey directs it. : SSS
42. Ready: French. : PRET
43. Maladroit. : CLUMSY
44. Where heather grows. : MOOR
45. National auto club. : AAA
46. Casting side glances. : OGLING
49. Puts a six-cent stamp on a letter. : AIRMAILS
54. Chief Justice of the Supreme Court since 1946. : FREDERICKVINSON
56. Swamp lands. : FENS
57. Loved one: French. : AIMEE
58. Not one: Dial. : NARY
59. Strategic move against mosquitoes. : SWAT
60. Aspects. : MIENS
61. Historical periods. : ERAS
1. The day's work. : TOIL
2. ___ Domini. : ANNO
3. One of the Four Freedoms. : FEAR
4. Word of agreement. : TRUE
5. Able to speak and write easily. : FLUENT
6. Home on a high spot. : AERIE
7. Girls named after Miss Hagen. : UTAS
8. Word of refusal. : NOT
9. Sufferer from "wheezles and sneezles." : SNIFFLER
10. Former Secretary of Commerce, with R. F. C. for thirteen years. : JONES
11. Former opera star. : ALDA
12. McKinley or Logan. : PEAK
13. Chinese sauces. : SOYS
18. Starer. : GLARER
19. Bits. : ORTS
23. Composer of "Pomp and Circumstance." : ELGAR
24. Popular fashions. : RAGES
25. Complies with instructions. : OBEYS
26. Endman in a minstrel show. : BONES
27. Times before events. : EVES
28. Acknowledge. : ADMIT
29. Trinket for a bracelet. : CHARM
30. Tool handles. : HILTS
31. Dental patchwork. : INLAY
33. Mr. Davis. : ELMER
34. Chinese man's name. : CHOU
36. Message conveyed by aircraft. : AEROGRAM
37. A favorite on rye. : SALAMI
42. Bread made of corn meal. : PONE
43. Decorates by cutting designs. : CARVES
44. Among. : MIDST
45. Resort in South Carolina. : AIKEN
46. Switches on electric irons, toasters, etc. : OFFS
47. Topsy did. : GREW
48. Long river in Asia. : LENA
49. Culmination. : ACME
50. English princess. : ANNE
51. Tributary of the Danube. : ISAR
52. Girl's name. : LORA
53. Upward curves of planks, in shipbuilding. : SNYS
55. Three. : III

Answer summary: 2 unique to this puzzle, 14 debuted here and reused later, 4 appeared only in pre-Shortz puzzles.

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